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Watchmakers Arms, Hill Place

This pub was named after the local occupation, which was also the occupation of the licensee. An enameller would have painted the watch dials. In 1829 this is listed as a new public house in the Coventry Herald and Observer. In 1835 John Webb is at the BEERHOUSE, DEAD LANE and Thomas Webb at the BEERHOUSE, HILL STREET, WEBB.

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1829 - 1841 John Webb & enameler
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